Unexpected Similarities of the Universe with Atomic and Molecular Systems: What a Beautiful World

Unexpected Similarities of the Universe with Atomic and Molecular Systems: What a Beautiful World

What a beautiful world

Eugene Oks

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As fascinating and unexplainable as the universe appears to be, there are also an incredible amount of similarities between the universe and the everyday world and we are constantly evolving to discover more about these incredible parallels as this book unveils. Important topics such as Rydberg atoms, planet–star and satellite planet systems, star–planet–moon systems, and black holes and atomic/quantum physics, as well as the explanation of dark matter, will be addressed throughout the book. For those with a fascination in the world around us, as well as undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and anyone who wishes to gain better physical insight of the discussed phenomena, this book offers a simplified approach to the beautiful world around us.


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Eugene Oks:

 

Eugene Oks received his PhD from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, and later the highest degree of Doctor of Sciences from the Institute of General Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR by the decision of the Scientific Council led by the Nobel prize winner, academician A M Prokhorov. His research has included atomic and molecular physics, plasma physics, laser physics, nonlinear dynamics, and astrophysics. He has also discovered new research areas such as intra-Stark spectroscopy and quantum chaos, and has consequently published more than 400 papers and five books on relevant subjects.

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